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The Modern Demonic Cabal
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http://www.hermes-press.com/cabal_index.htm

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HOW DO WE OVERCOME THESE DARK AGES?

SNIP FROM THIS PAGE OF HISTORY OF THE DARK AGES (4TH - 15TH CENTURIES) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Quote:Overcoming the Dark Age

Energetic dissidence is the only appropriate and sane response in an America which has become a literal "the Emperor's new clothes" delusory state--where millions have become incapable of seeing the evil pretender-President who just stole his second presidential election in a row, encourages stupidity and ignorance through pride in his own illiteracy and empty-headedness, and commits atrocities daily while pretending to be "moral" and "courageous."


Our primary struggle against the "dark age" which has invaded our political-economic-social universe is to respond appropriately in the ordinary world while realizing and residing in another domain. Thereby we achieve understanding of what is actually occurring in both the physical and spiritual worlds and delight in the higher realities. Comprehending and relishing the invisible riches of the spiritual realm is express triumph over the forces of depravity. It is not that we engage in higher pursuits to spite the debasing influences that attack the very fabric of our existence. Depraved influences win by destroying meanings and capabilities and values. We defeat such influences by persisting in our understanding of meanings and the exercise of higher capabilities, and continuing to hold dear our hallowed values.

The historian Arnold Toynbee reasoned--based on his study and analysis of history, civilization and social development--that in a period of crisis such as we're presently experiencing, transformation can only be brought about by what he termed "creative minorities." He described "the creative minority" as those few individuals who are capable of meeting the challenges that confront a society.

"Creative minorities" are those who work to gain an understanding of their world, pioneer new ideas, and chart new paths forward for humankind. These small groups re-invigorate cultures and give life to societies in decay. They initiate the great impulses that move humanity forward. Throughout recorded history we can see their mark, as in the examples of Frederick II and Perennialist-inspired teachers such as Boethius and Bernard of Clairvaux.

H. G. Wells also believed that these "creative minorities" were the single hope for humankind's future.

"I am building my expectation of a new phase in human affairs upon the belief that there is a profoundly serious minority in the mass of our generally indifferent species. I cannot understand the existence of any of the great religions, I cannot explain any fine and grave constructive process in history, unless there is such a serious minority amidst our confusions. They are the Salt of the Earth, these people capable of devotion and of living lives for remote and mighty ends."


As our present "dark age" grows ever more barbaric, it may become necessary to reorganize ourselves into "invisible" groups in which to preserve the Perennial wisdom. Alexis Carrel, a Nobel Prize winner, thought that such a "survival society" might have to adopt the structure of earlier organizations such as the Knights Templar.

"A group, although very small, is capable of eluding the harmful influence of the society of its epoch by imposing upon its members rules of conduct modelled on military or monastic discipline. Such a method is far from being new. Humanity has already lived through periods when communities of men and women separated from others and adopted strict regulations, in order to attain their ideals. Such groups were responsible for the development of our civilisation during the Middle Ages. There were the monastic orders, the orders of chivalry, and the corporations of artisans. Among the religious organisations, some took refuge in monasteries, while others remained in the world. But all submitted to strict physiological and mental discipline. The knights complied with rules varying according to the aims of the different orders. In certain circumstances, they were obliged to sacrifice their lives. As for the artisans, their relations between themselves and with the public were determined by exacting legislation. Each corporation had its customs, its ceremonies, and its religious celebrations. In short, the members of these communities renounced the ordinary forms of existence. Are we not capable of repeating, in a different form, the accomplishments of the monks, the knights, and the artisans of the Middle Ages?"

Man, the Unknown, 1935


"Dark Ages are ambiguous things. They are both tomb and womb. As tomb, they represent culmination, death, and cessation of the action of one phase of history. But as womb they incubate another. Dark Ages are dead bodies of time. They are the corpses of a previously vital age. . . Yet, Dark Ages are also the incubators of a new body of time. Just here the Phoenix, as the legendary firebird that dies and rises again from its own cold ashes, takes on poignant significance."

longsword at http://darkage.ca


Select the additional sections of this essay you'd like to read:

* The Mills of the Gods Grind Slowly

* The Truth About the Dark Ages

* The Religion of Tyranny and Torture
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I guess it makes sense that it would have to be creative minorities, because we already know the majority is useless. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/reefer.gif" alt=":uni:" title="reefer" />
Don't believe anything they say. <br />And at the same time, <br />Don't believe that they say anything without a reason. <br />---Immanuel Kant
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[quote author="Valentine"]I guess it makes sense that it would have to be creative minorities, because we already know the majority is useless. Cheers

and we're greatly out numbered like 1:1000 hell maybe even 1:10000 but equally matched at that ratio.

Can't leave it up to the Consumers to take care of business-that's been proven.

their time is up though-thank Goodness... they'll come around to Consciousness though-not that they'll get it and will even resent it-but it is whatever is capable of being mimicked-cool.
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Great site.
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Hours of good reads there. It'll sharpen up your logic and argument abilities, too.
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Gard.
We can take 'em.
They are a scared little bunch.

But Trust me...they have the power to use your neighbours daughter and your taxi-drivers son.The Mailman and the little ol' lady down the street who is only trying to protect her mass murdering son.The Baker the Butcher and even your spouse.

But we can take 'em, and they are just lil' bitches and yellow backed cowards.

The Ratio of ,ummm...errr.say: Freemason to Civilian is roughly 1 /1000 among other aligned and secretive fellow inhabitants.
-"because we already know the majority is useless."
The Ratio of Anomalist is immeasurable and a latent pool of political lethal mind-awakes.
The latent and untapped majority doesn't rule...yet.
Till they pull their support base <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/muaha.gif" alt="Muaha" title="muaha" /> and we'll see if that Eye above the pyramid that doth 'PEER amid' our strife of real life beneath itz allmighty view can really defy the gravity of the base that supports it from below .
I doubt it will float if noone underneath it wants it to float there anymore.

Rise of the Anomalists.
Loose lips sink ships...sink the boat and the sky-eye that floats.
Make them take Note of the future Re-wrote.
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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Quote:Gard.
We can take 'em.
They are a scared little bunch.

But Trust me...they have the power to use your neighbours daughter and your taxi-drivers son.The Mailman and the little ol' lady down the street who is only trying to protect her mass murdering son.The Baker the Butcher and even your spouse.

But we can take 'em, and they are just lil' bitches and yellow backed cowards.

The Ratio of ,ummm...errr.say: Freemason to Civilian is roughly 1 /1000 among other aligned and secretive fellow inhabitants.
-"because we already know the majority is useless."
The Ratio of Anomalist is immeasurable and a latent pool of political lethal mind-awakes.
The latent and untapped majority doesn't rule...yet.
Till they pull their support base <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/muaha.gif" alt="Muaha" title="muaha" /> and we'll see if that Eye above the pyramid that doth 'PEER amid' our strife of real life beneath it's allmighty view can really defy the gravity of the base that supports it from below .
I doubt it will float if noone underneath it wants it to float there anymore.

Rise of the Anomalists.
Loose lips sink ships...sink the boat and the sky-eye that floats.
Make them take Note of the future Re-wrote.


We already do take 'em... that's why we're here. :)

The majority of the majority that I've observed and I am forced to-I don't enjoy it, don't take perverse pleasure in realizing how LOW THEY CAN AND DO GO... because they are totally and truly and singularly one dimensionally MATERIAL BEASTS... and most who are not of the majority are STOICS in the classic definition-unable to take delight in either good times or bad times as they are all just 'times' to the STOICS... and with the majority of the majority truly unable and definitely unwilling to do a hair's worth of thinking about anything at all let alone thinking for themselves ABOUT ANYTHING... these are the times that can and do set the anomalist personality totally free... free to be truly you and me.

I've seen the demonic cabal in action-known them-been mesmerized by them, escaped them-physically and mentally... I will never surrender to them anything of value-my value to them... they know this already. They, like all other bullies and gang thugs will and do move on to easier prey.

Banging the gong, moving the chi mountains, being 'happy and knowing it and most importantly THE CLAPPING OF THE HANDS'.. breaks their energy spells right up. They do prey on loners, they do work as gangs... heads up always with the gangs whether gov't gangs, church gangs, neighborhood gangs, gang gangs... THAT'S THE FIRST SIGN OF A NON SOVEREIGN PERSONALITY... got to have those gangs surrounding them, the echelons to aspire to or to use the lower rungs of for their 'dirtier' works.

I PREDICT A NEW DAY HAS DAWNED. already.
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I talk to ordinary people - hard working everyday folks who scrimp, save and are keeping up with the news...and let me tell you, I am learning that the masspeople are waking up - if not awake - much to my growing surprise....

I spoke to one guy today who said that he thinks that local communities will create and exchange local energy and fuel supplies for their communities - since the larger urban areas will be unable to supply for themselves. He said that there are arguments that people think that the west will sprout millions of acres of wind farms in the plains that will supply urban and suburban areas of fuel but he thinks the culture is changing and that people are going rural just to survive. I told him that it won't take an ad campaign or preaching by others for people to choose to live more self sufficiently and that means people will be leaving the suburbs, the big cities (because they can't work or afford their homes) and go rural so they can be more independent. Its a cultural shift.

I talk to ordinary folks who are not fooled by the media or pundits....They are planting gardens, canning food, insulating, making clothes, learning new trades and teaching hunting skills. It is no surprise that gun sales have skyrocketed these last quarters...

They are not spending money on their credit cards. Imagine how powerful the masses are when all of a sudden millions of folks are paying off their cards, they leave their homes, they stop buying stuff they don't need....all of a sudden, we have a recession based on "NO".

Its the grand NO that is the most powerful action I have seen this year.

No more spending without cash to pay for things.
Groceries are more important than mortgages.
Car pooling or swapping for hybrids...
Alternative heating fuels instead of gas, oil and other fossil fuels.

The massive NO has hurt our biggest suppliers and other western economies, to the point that it is crippling economies across the world.

China has goods NO one is buying here. (does it help that the goods that they do make may be poisonous, tainted or something?)

No, I am gaining a greater respect for the Masspeople. I think that there are less Sheeple going on, than Sheeple who don't realize until now just how freakin' powerful they really really are.

Every dollar is a vote for something - in this case, which commodity or service takes priority.

My observation in my work? If Cash Hoarding is what the Banks are doing when they get the bail out money, That is exactly what the Consumer is doing too: Hoarding Cash, Halting Spending, Paying down Debt and increasing their assets in their Balance Sheets.

And that ain't stupid or weak folks, it's smart and the best freakin' protest the Masses can do right now - before their anger gets really smokin' - then watch out because the anger is simmering out there!
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